Saturday Jul 19
Anger over council's nuclear safety u-turn
Highland Council has been accused of "utter contempt" for local people after it suppressed plans meant to protect the public from nuclear accidents.
Woman jailed for stabbing friend
A woman who stabbed her friend and battered him with a candle holder has been jailed for more than four years.
After-school service in safety report scare
AN after-school service that allowed adults to collect children without proper safety checks has been hit with a damning report.
Hotel chain eyes Scottish expansion
Travelodge has announced it is looking for 10 new hotel sites across Scotland as part of an ongoing expansion drive.
Town Hall to get 2.84m restoration
North Ayrshire Council said the project would boost the town's heritage and provide much-needed jobs for young people.
'Wee Houses' costing just A 59k launched by Scottish firm
A young Scottish entrepreuner has developed a modular home that can be assembled in just three weeks for as little as A 59,000.
Neets figure in Scotland falls
There has been a significant fall in the number of teenagers in Scotland not in employment, education or training, according to official figures.
The Queen to visit North Ayrshire garden which was madeover by Prince Charles
Since then, work has been carried out to revamp the house, which was designed in the 1750s by John, Robert and James Adam.